Explain how legal barriers may or may not prohibit information sharing at the different levels of government.

Unit 4 – Individual ProjectView Assignment Details for Unit 4 –Assignment OverviewType: Individual ProjectUnit: Intelligence Collection and Processing and Relation to the State & Local LevelsDeliverable Length: 3 pages ( 1 page memo 2 additional pages)Assignment ObjectivesAnalyze and critique the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, as well as other relevant legislation and strategy documents.Assess the Intelligence Community’s (IC) capabilities and limitations.Critique state and local intelligence processes and offer recommendations for process improvement.Evaluate interagency coordination and the flow of intelligence for homeland security.Propose components of an integrated intelligence strategy for homeland security.Understand and evaluate the IC role in homeland security.Part 11 page memoCraft a 1 page memo. Make sure to include the following points in the memo:Explain how legal barriers may or may not prohibit information sharing at the different levels of government.Include decision-making products as they relate to your chosen Key Assignment topic.Review the Key Assignment selected strategy and determine what (if any) barriers there may be to information sharing.Determine whether or not any barriers to information sharing are identified.Determine whether or not an implementation plan addresses those identified barriers.Determine how the strategy that you have selected fits into the overall information-sharing global structure.Part 2 2 pages in APA 6th edition formatReview your selected strategy (Information Sharing and Safeguarding Strategy) and then conduct an assessment of the primary policies within the strategy (or the goals and objectives), and provide a detailed assessment of the pros and cons of each. Consider the intelligence cycle and the processing of information as well as interagency coordination and information sharing.Complete a PowerPoint presentation of 8–10 slides, and include the following:Assess the primary policies of the selected Key Assignment strategy.Assess the pros and cons of each policy, taking into consideration the intelligence cycle and interagency coordination.Provide any recommendations for improvements to the overarching goals and objectives or primary polices of the strategy.Provide recommendations for implementation.Submit a 1–2 page executive summary of your findings.You must include a reference page using APA formatting.Please submit your assignment.For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials.Other Informationensure all submitted works are below 10 percent on Turnitin originality verification scan.Primary reference of the Information Sharing and Safeguarding Strategy.Department of Homeland Security Information Sharing and Safeguarding StrategyThe Department’s Information Sharing and Safeguarding Strategy provides strategic direction and guidance for all Department of Homeland Security information sharing and safeguarding efforts. The Information Sharing and Safeguarding Strategy expands this vision to include external information sharing efforts and is informed by the following five capstones:Manage information as a national asset.Embrace a risk-informed culture that responsibly shares and safeguards information.Protect individuals’ personally identifiable information, privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.Promote information sharing among our homeland security partners across the Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) through training, implementation of incentives, providing the requisite tools to share and safeguard, and fostering collaboration.Implement this Strategy as a top Departmental priority that enables leadership across the HSE to make decisions that are more informed.Primary reference:https://www.dhs.gov/information-sharing-and-safeguarding-strategyhttps://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/12-4466-dhs-information-sharing-and-safeguarding-strategy-01-30-13–fina%20%20%20_0.pdfsecondary references:Homeland Security Act of 2002, Sections 201 and 892• Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, Section 1016 (as amended)• Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act of 2007 (Title 5)• Executive Orders 12333, 13356, 13388, and 13587• White House Memoranda, Memorandum to the Heads of Executive Departments andAgencies on the Guidelines and Requirements in Support of the Information SharingEnvironment, 16 December 2005• White House Memoranda on Strengthening Information Sharing and Access, July 2009• Presidential Policy Directive 8, National Preparedness, 30 March 2011• National Strategy for Information Sharing, October 2007• National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguarding, 2012GAO Reports and Related DHS Commitments• GAO, Information Sharing: Progress Made and Challenges Remaining in SharingTerrorism-Related Information, GAO-12-144T, October 2011• GAO, Department of Homeland Security – Progress Made and Work Remaining inImplementing Homeland Security Missions 10 Years after 9/11, GAO-11-881, September2011• GAO, Information Sharing Environment: Better Roadmap Needed to GuideImplementation and Investments, GAO-11-455, July 2011• GAO, Information Sharing: DHS Could Better Define How It Plans to Meet Its State andLocal Mission and Improve Performance Accountability, GAO-11-223, December 2010• GAO, Information Sharing: Federal Agencies Are Helping Fusion Centers Build andSustain Capabilities and Protect Privacy, but Could Better Measure Results, GAO-10-972, September 2010• DHS I&A, DHS Information Sharing Corrective Action Plan and Addendum (submittedto GAO), October and December 2010• GAO Commissioner Dodaro Letter to DHS Secretary Napolitano, 29 September 2010• GAO, Information Sharing: Federal Agencies Are Helping Fusion Centers Build andSustain Capabilities and Protect Privacy, but Could Better Measure Results, GAO-10-972, September 2010• GAO, Information Sharing Environment: Definition of the Results to Be Achieved inImproving Terrorism-Related Information Sharing Is Needed to Guide Implementationand Assess Progress, GAO-08-492, June 2008• GAO, Homeland Security: Federal Efforts Are Helping to Address Some ChallengesFaced by State and Local Fusion Centers, GAO-08-636T, April 2008DHS Strategies/Policies• US Department of Homeland Security Strategic Plan for FY 2012-2016, February 2012• Quadrennial Homeland Security Review, February 2010• DHS Delegation, “Delegation to the Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis/ChiefIntelligence Officer,” DHS Delegation No. 08503, August 10, 2012